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Moon Knight. Bad moon rising, Volume 01, 1975-1981 / writers, Doug Moench, David Anthony Kraft, Bill Mantlo & Steven Grant with Roger Slifer & John Warner ; pencilers: Don Perlin, Keith Giffen, Mike Zeck, Jim Mooney, Jim Craig, Gene Colan, Keith Pollard & Bill Sienkiewicz ; inkers: Howie Perlin [and 15 others] ; colorists: Phil Rachelson [and 12 others] ; letterers: Ray Holloway [ and 11 others] ; editors, Len Wein, Marv Wolfman, Archie Goodwin, Bob Hall, Roger Stern, Rick Marschall, Lynn Graeme & Denny O'Neil.

Moench, Doug, 1948- (Added Author). Kraft, David Anthony. (Added Author). Mantlo, Bill. (Added Author). Grant, Steven, 1953- (Added Author). Slifer, Roger. (Added Author). Warner, John, 1952- (Added Author). Perlin, Don, (illustrator.). Giffen, Keith, (illustrator.). Zeck, Mike, (illustrator.). Mooney, Jim (James Noel), 1919-2008 (illustrator.). Craig, Jim, 1954- (illustrator.). Colan, Gene, (illustrator.). Pollard, Keith, (illustrator.). Sienkiewicz, Bill, (illustrator.). Perlin, Howie (Illustrator) (Added Author). Wein, Len. (Added Author). Wolfman, Marv. (Added Author). Goodwin, Archie. (Added Author). Hall, Bob, 1944- (Added Author). Stern, Roger. (Added Author). Marschall, Richard. (Added Author). Graeme, Lynn. (Added Author). O'Neil, Dennis, 1939- (Added Author).

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West Lafayette PL - West Lafayette YA GN MOO v.1 (Text) 31951004116478 2nd FL - YA/Teen Graphic Novels Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 0785190961
  • ISBN: 9780785190967
  • Physical Description: 485 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm.
  • Publisher: New York : Marvel Worldwide, [2014]

Content descriptions

General Note:
"Contains material originally published in magazine form as Werewolf by night #32-33, Marvel Spotlight #28-29, Defenders #47-50, Peter Parker, the spectacular Spider-Man #22-23, Marvel two-in-one #52, Moon Knight #1-4, Hulk magazine #11-15, #17-18 and #20, and Marvel Preview #21."
Formatted Contents Note:
Werewolf by Night #32, August 1975. Stalker called Moon Knight -- Werewolf by Night #33 September 1975. Wolf-Beast vs. Moon-Knight -- Marvel Spotlight #28, June 1976. Crushing Conquer-Lord! -- Marvel Spotlight #29, August 1976. Deadly gambit of Conquer-Lord! -- Defenders #47, May 1977. Night moves! -- Defenders #48, June 1977. Who remembers Scorpio? Part one: Sinister savior! -- Defenders #49, July 1977. Who remembers Scorpio? Part two: Rampage -- Defenders #50, August 1977. Who remembers Scorpio? Part three: Scorpio must die! -- Excerpt from Defenders #51, September 1977. A round with the Ringer! -- Spectacular Spider-Man #22, September 1978. By the light of the silvery Moon Knight! -- Spectacular Spider-Man #23, October 1978. Guess who's buried in Grant's tomb! -- Marvel Two-In-One #52, June 1979. A little knight music! -- Hulk! #11, October 1978. Graven image of death -- Hulk #12, December 1978. Embassy of fear! -- Hulk! #13, February 1979. Big blackmail -- Hulk! #14, April 1979. Countdown to dark -- Hulk #15, June 1979. An eclipse, waning ; An eclipse, waxing -- Hulk! #17, October 1979. Nights born ten years gone, Part I -- Hulk! #18, December 1979. Shadows in the heart of the city, Part II -- Hulk! #20, April 1980 Along way to dawn -- Marvel preview #21, Spring 1980. Mind thieves ; Part II: Vipers -- Moon Knight #1, November 1980. Macabre Moon Knight! -- Moon Knight #2, December 1980. Slasher -- Moon Knight #3, January 1981. Midnight means murder -- Moon Knight #4, February 1981. A committee of 5.
Summary, etc.:
"Mercenary. Werewolf hunter. Super hero. Millionarie playboy. Cab driver. Ghost? Moon Knight is many things to many people, with the multiple personalities to match! Follow the Fist of Khonshu as he battles to find his place in the Marvel Universe in this collection of his earliest appearances. From his startling debut as a nemesis of Werewolf by Night to an unlikely stint with the Defenders, from encounters with Spider-Man and the Thing to the solo advantures that shaped a legend, relive the rise of the moon's specter of vengeance!" -- page [4] of cover.
Target Audience Note:
Subject: Moon Knight (Fictitious character) > Comic books, strips, etc.
Comic books, strips, etc. > United States.
Genre: Superhero comics.
Graphic novels.
Comics (Graphic works)

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